Glover, Jenne, (Daddy Long Legs Inspiration)
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"Daddy Long Legs Inspiration" by Jenne Glover
30x10" mixed media collage on canvas, 2014--unframed
Jenne Glover - A native of Washington, D.C., Jenne Glover has been active in the arts since childhood. Her evolution from a figurative, expressionist painter to mixed-media collagist was a natural progression that has unfolded over 30+ years. Her technique brings a fresh perspective and dimension to the medium.
The power of her artwork is the result of her mastery of colors, composition, and patterning that imbue her collages with a clear sense of humanity and rhythm. The iconography reflects the Black experience yet has a universal tone. Jenne’s attention to detail and flair for storytelling bring fluidity, movement and an almost cinematic characteristic to her collages – each piece reading like the part of a much greater whole.
In 2013, Jenne’s artwork was available in the gift shops at the Studio Museum in Harlem and the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Art (MoCADA), and was also featured at the RUSH and Corridor Art Galleries.
During Art Basel Miami 2012, RUSH Arts Gallery showcased her artwork at the Fountain Art Fair. The same year, she was resident artist at The Gallery at IONA - Iona Senior Service Center in Washington, D.C.
Jenne has been featured in over 70 solo, juried and invitational group exhibitions. Some of the venues include the Museum of Science and Technology in Chicago, IL; the Bayly Art Museum in Charlottesville, VA; the Ratner Museum in Bethesda, MD; and the French and Canadian Embassies in D.C.
She has exhibited and/presented slide presentations to students on the campuses of Howard University, George Washington University, Southeastern University, University Maryland University College (UMUC), Morgan State University, Montgomery College, Prince George’s Community College, and the Colorado College.
Her art graces the covers of the Journal of the National Medical Association, May-June 2012 and September 2010; and the Applause at Strathmore program for the Strathmore Music Center, Bethesda, MD, March 2009.
Since 2008, Jenne’s been writing Voicing Art, an e-newsletter written to increase awareness, appreciation, and knowledge of the visual arts through people, processes and culture. And, she is a member of the Arts Advisory Board for the Arts Program at UMUC.